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Trial date set for four men accused of murder in Harold Hill block of flats

PUBLISHED: 15:47 11 October 2017 | UPDATED: 11:09 12 October 2017

The Central Criminal Court known as The Old Bailey.

The Central Criminal Court known as The Old Bailey.

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Four men in their early 20s will appear at The Old Bailey in February to stand trial over the alleged murder of a 28-year-old Harold Hill man.

Kamal Hamilton-Albert, 21, of Highfield Road, Woodford Green; Gleneson Mark, 22, of Whitta Road, Manor Park; Cedric Kiyago, 21, and Nathan Charles, 22, of no fixed address, will all appear at The Old Bailey on February 5 2018.

All four stand accused of stabbing Liam Harman to death at a block of flats in Straight Road, Harold Hill, on July 11.

Mr Charles appeared at the same court on Tuesday as part of an initial hearing where he pleaded not guilty.

Three other men – two 18-year-olds and a 21-year-old – were arrested on August 3 by detectives investigating the murder and were released under investigation.

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